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    Everybody says the job market is very tight when it comes to Law and there's so many people with perfect CV's that can't find employment. Is this true? I don't want to study Law just to not get a job.
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    you have like a 2% chance of getting a training contract.
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    (Original post by Yaboi)
    you have like a 2% chance of getting a training contract.
    Where did you get that stat from?


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    Everybody says the job market is very tight when it comes to Law and there's so many people with perfect CV's that can't find employment. Is this true? I don't want to study Law just to not get a job.
    Sort of true - but it's not any different to many other professional careers in professional services or finance.


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    (Original post by J-SP)
    Sort of true - but it's not any different to many other professional careers in professional services or finance.


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    Is it worth going in to Law considering the job prospects?
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    Is it worth going in to Law considering the job prospects?
    Someone's got to do it. If you really know what you are letting yourself in for, are happy to work hard to get there and then within the career, you should go for it.

    If you are put off by it being competitive to get into, then that excludes you from lots of professional careers too.


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